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Virgin Mobile Middle East & Africa (VMMEA) has begun services in Saudi Arabia. In a shake-up to the kingdom’s mobile market, the Communication and Information Technology Commission of Saudi Arabia (CITC) has ordered each of the country’s three mobile operators to host an MVNO to boost competition.

As reported  by Reuters, VMMEA has launched two brands in the market: Virgin Mobile targeted at the youth segment, and Friendi Mobile aimed at expatriate workers. VMMEA is partnering with Saudi Arabia’s STC, while Jawraa Lebara has teamed up with the country’s second biggest operator Mobily. Similarly, Dubai retailer Axiom Telecom entered into an agreement with Zain Saudi, but the licence has since been put up for a retender by the Saudi national regulator.

The whole process of setting up MVNOs in the Saudi market hasn’t gone without some difficulties. VMMEA was first awarded the licence by CITC in March, and at the time the company said it was expecting to launch operations in Saudi Arabia with the first half of 2014. There have, however, been some problems in arranging interconnection with the other operators, and satisfying state security concerns have also caused delay.

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Bits and pieces of this story were kicked around for years before Murtha died in February 2010. The Los Angeles Times, Roll Call, the Washington Post and others had documented the odd appearance of earmarks for tiny defense contractors that just happened to open an office in western Pennsylvania and just happened to hire one of the lobbying firms close to Murtha and just happened to begin making campaign donations to Murtha and other Members of Congress close to him.

Reporters could do little but assemble the coincidences and couldn’t prove there was anything wrong with the bigger picture.

Virgin Mobile Middle East & Africa (VMMEA) has begun services in Saudi Arabia. In a shake-up to the kingdom’s mobile market, the Communication and Information Technology Commission of Saudi Arabia (CITC) has ordered each of the country’s three mobile operators to host an MVNO to boost competition.

As reported  by Reuters, VMMEA has launched two brands in the market: Virgin Mobile targeted at the youth segment, and Friendi Mobile aimed at expatriate workers. VMMEA is partnering with Saudi Arabia’s STC, while Jawraa Lebara has teamed up with the country’s second biggest operator Mobily. Similarly, Dubai retailer Axiom Telecom entered into an agreement with Zain Saudi, but the licence has since been put up for a retender by the Saudi national regulator.

The whole process of setting up MVNOs in the Saudi market hasn’t gone without some difficulties. VMMEA was first awarded the licence by CITC in March, and at the time the company said it was expecting to launch operations in Saudi Arabia with the first half of 2014. There have, however, been some problems in arranging interconnection with the other operators, and satisfying state security concerns have also caused delay.

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